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June 7, 2016 — California Primary Election
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Contra Costa County Democratic Party — Democratic PartyCandidate for Central Committee, District 3

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Paul Seger

Retired Teacher
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Get Democrats elected to local municipal offices.
  • Facilitate the holding of locally elected municipal representatives accountable for the decisions they make.
  • Dramatically increase the number of East County Democrats and progressives voting for their best interests in EVERY single election; effectuated by regular conveyance of accurate and valuable information pertinent to peoples' core beliefs.



Humbodt State University Teachers Credential, History/Social Science (1996)
California State University Long Beach Bachelor of Arts, Economics (1989)

Community Activities

Political Development Chair, East Contra Costa Democratic Club (2015–current)



I am running to offer voters an honest choice; standing for responsible progressive local government. As a founding officer of the newly chartered East Contra Costa Democratic Club, my goal is to build relationships with our regional community through better communication of the issues.



ECCDC's focus is to grow Democratic political momentum in our Region by getting Democrats elected to local councils and boards.



A few of the many local achievements I am proud of are: I organized and conducted public forums on Saving the Delta (stopping the tunnels), Curbing Urban sprawl, and Helping Communities & Local Independent Businesses Thrive. I worked for BAM, an organization that mobilizes homeowners against wrongful foreclosures and evictions.



Currently, I serve as the Director of “The Garden,” in Brentwood, a community garden that donates our produce to disabled, senior citizens and low income families; run by “at-risk youth.” I promise my full dedication to represent the 99%; supporting teachers, librarians, firefighters, safety and healthcare workers.



Please contact me and let me know about the issues that you hold dear regarding your hometown region.


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